Visualizing Data with Google API
Creating richer, more rewarding interactive experiences for your audience is one of the primary goals of advanced data visualization. Google’s Application Program Interfaces (APIs) allow you to customize your users interactions using visualization tools such as Google Chart Tools and Google Fusion Tables.
- Learn to load APIs into an HTML page.
- Load data from Google Spreadsheets and Fusion Tables.
- Make data and/or visualizations searchable and filterable.
InstructionLed by Len De Groot, Berkeley Advanced Media Institute’s Interactive Design and Data Instructor at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and freeDive designer-innovator.
AgendaAGENDA Coming Soon.
WhenApril 5-6, 2013 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm daily.
WhereUniversity of California, Berkeley, near San Francisco. Graduate School of Journalism, North Gate Hall. Map
TuitionRegistration is closed for this workshop.
- Completion of Berkeley Advanced Media Institute’s Data Visualization Certificate workshop OR 1) Experience creating charts using Google Spreadsheet and 2) experience working with the Google Fusion Tables web application and 3) a basic understanding of HTML and CSS
- Proficiency in English.
Additional informationTravel, lodging and other information can be found on our Frequently Asked Questions page.
QuestionsPlease contact Vicki Hammarstedt via phone at 510.642.3892 or email email@example.com
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